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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : Express your opinion

Complete this text with the words provided.

1
    I
     they should publish this story.
    You’re
    , but it is interesting for the readers.
    No, you're
    ! People are not interested. In my
    , they just want to know about important events.
    ! That’s why you buy the Verona Times!
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    HINT



    100% OK → agree, 50% OK→ yes, but…
    0% OK → don’t agree
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    Exercice 2 : Make hypotheses

    Complete these sentences with your hypotheses.

    1
    If Juliet’s father hears about Romeo, ...



    2
    If Juliet knew Romeo was hiding under her balcony, ...



    3
    If Tybalt had not killed Mercutio, ...



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    HINT



    ▪ About the future → If + S + present, S + will
    ▪ About a possible future → If + S + past, S + would
    ▪ About a past we cannot change → If + S + HAD V-en, S + would HAVE V-en

    > If
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    Exercice 3 : The passive voice

    Reorder these sentences.

    1
    was / Romeo Montague / ball / seen / the / . / at /



    2
    this / play / In / killed / by / Shakespeare / , / is / . / by Romeo / Tybalt /



    3
    tragedy / was / the / public / by / the / ? / well / received /



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    HINT



    Subject + BE + V-en → the target of the action becomes the subject.
    Add by + real active subject if it is really necessary.

    > Voix active et voix passive

    Mission 2

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    Exercice 4 : Present HAVE + V-en

    Complete with the verbs in the present HAVE + V-en.

    1
    Prince: I can’t find Romeo. I’m sure he (flee) to Mantua!
    Juliet: Well, I  (not see) him since the ball.
    Mr Capulet: Prince, you (check) the priest’s place?
    Prince: Yes, and he  (not show up) there.

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    HINT



    HAVE / HAS + V-en → to focus on the present situation and explain it with events that started in the past, finished or not.

    > Présent HAVE V-en
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    Exercice 5 : Express a goal

    Complete with the right expression.

    1
    Tybalt did it preserve his family’s honour.

    2
    Romeo hit him his own safety.

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    HINT



    To + BV
    For + NG

    > Prépositions
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    Exercice 6 : Describe a past activity

    Complete with BE (in the past) + V-ing.

    1
    Romeo (dance) with Rosaline when he saw Juliet.

    2
    When Juliet appeared at her balcony, Romeo (hide) in a bush.

    3
    Tybalt and Mercutio (fight) when Romeo came to stop them.

    4
    (Juliet sleep) when Romeo arrived with the poison?
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    HINT



    Describe a past activity
    Use BE in the past + V-ing to describe an action
    that was in progress (not finished) at a specific time in the past.

    > Prétérit BE V-ing
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